Ravens vs. Buccaneers odds, live stream, TV channel, and injury report

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The Baltimore Ravens will travel to the Sunshine State in Week 8 to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers under the lights of Thursday Night Football.

The Ravens are looking to build some momentum following their thrilling 23-20 victory over the Cleveland Browns in Week 7. They’re yet to win multiple games in a row this season, but they have a golden opportunity against a disappointing, injury-riddled Bucs team.

Tampa Bay is fresh off an embarrassing 21-3 loss to P.J. Walker and the Carolina Panthers a week ago, and they come into this game dealing with a number of injuries.

Both teams could really use a win here to improve their division standing. Let’s take a look at everything you need to know about this week’s matchup.

Ravens vs. Buccaneers odds for Week 8

According to FanDuel, the Ravens are 1.5-point underdogs on the road against the Buccaneers this week. The Ravens’ moneyline for the game is currently set at +112 while the Buccaneers are the underdogs at -132.

The total over/under for the game is set at 45.5 points.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

What channel is the Ravens game on?

All Thursday Night Football games this year will be streamed live on Amazon Prime Video.

Ravens vs. Buccaneers live stream

Tonight’s Ravens game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.

Ravens injury report vs. Buccaneers Week 8

The Ravens have a lengthy injury report on a short week going into their Week 8 matchup with the Buccaneers. Defensive lineman Calais Campbell is the only player ruled out with an illness.

The likes of Mark Andrews (knee), Rashod Bateman (foot), Josh Bynes (quad), Gus Edwards (knee), Marlon Humphrey (hamstring), Marcus Peters (quad), Ronnie Stanley (ankle), and Brandon Stephens (oblique) are all listed as questionable.

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NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported Thursday afternoon that both Andrews and Bateman are “hopeful” that they will play in tonight’s game.